The Space Between
Paintings by Christine Muratore Evans
June 3- July 2, 2023
A solo exhibition of large paintings chronicling (diurnal means daily) the visual process through which Christine Muratore Evans explores the relationships between colors, patterns and time.
Artist Talk & Reception: Friday, June 9, 5-7PM
- Enter raffle to win an original collage
- Local wine by Odyssey
- Free kid's coloring pages! Drawings will be shared on social media
This exhibit is generously sponsored by Ann and Tony Slocum
My childhood fascination with color and pattern are visible in the structural rhythms of my paintings today. I can vividly recall the kitchen cabinet scallops, the stripes of a white picket fence and the diamonds of a chain link fence. Coming of age during the heyday of Op and Pop art and my first exposure to modern art bolstered my fascination.
I am influenced by the abstract art movements that focus on surface pattern and color placement. In my art making process, I work on merging techniques of surface iteration.
My paintings invite participation because of their patterns, form, color and texture. As a result, my paintings work like jazz, stirring feelings without narration.
Enter raffle to win this small, original collage by the artist! Drop your raffle ticket in the box in the gallery to win.
Kids, color a page and we'll share it on our instagram!